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Case Number : Case 1084 - 19th August Posted By: Guest

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19 month old female with new onset rash that started in the diaper area and now involves proximal arms/legs and cheeks. Erythematous, blanching patches in the diaper area (sparing folds) and neck, cheeks and the proximal arms and legs. No satellite lesions. No pustules. Biopsy of right thigh.

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Guest Romualdo

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Agree: confluent parakeratosis and absent granular layer are suggestive of acrodermattis enteropathica.

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Uma Sundram

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Yes, we called this nutritional deficiency. Very subtle but in some of the photographs focal epidermal pallor is evident. The patient had proprionic acidemia which can predispose to a nutritional deficiency related rash.

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